El Palacio Andaluz
El Palacio Andaluz
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Welcome to the Tablao El Palacio Andaluz. The purest Flamenco show in Seville. An authentic Show where, in addition, you can enjoy our service of catering (tapas/dinner/drinks). Tourism, leisure and culture in Spain. Visit us, we are waiting for you!
Duration: 1-2 hours
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Alan G
Harrogate, UK41 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
We wanted to see some traditional Flamenco dancing whilst in Seville. We picked this show from an information flyer and we were not disappointed in the 90 minute performance. A couple of points to bear in mind. This show relocated from it's old address in November 2019 to it's current location - but a lot the flyers still have the old address .... which we turned up! But they had a member of staff there to redirect us to the new location. Also you can have a tapas of al a carte meal, whilst you watch the show. We found these to be rather expensive, so opted just for a ticket that included a drink whilst watching the show. I'm glad we did, because you don't want to take your eyes off the wonderful dancing!
Written February 4, 2020
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Sue M
Croydon, UK911 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
Very talented dancers, both male and female, accompanied by good singers and guitarist. Just an awful.shame about the Japanese torists, apparently always in the front rows, holding up.their mobile phones to take photos of videos (the former is allowed, the latter is not, but, in my opinion, they should ban all photography, as it distracts other patrons from concentrating on the show). Then there are the Japanese who think the performances would be improved by their clapping very loudly aling, with zero rhythm!
Written June 16, 2022
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Younes B
Fes, Morocco79 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Business
Ole Ole Ole ! The famous three words in flamingo which is still entrenched in my mind. These three words came from a beautiful group of men and women dancing and chanting with a traditional Andalusian clothes.

I really liked the way they move their magical hands and feet and also their strong Opera voices
Written June 4, 2019
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PK
Herndon, VA20 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This show was one of the best we have seen. The food was great. The dancers were amazing . Very talented and beautiful!
Written August 22, 2018
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Sheila R
Chicago, IL423 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Family
This was one of our excursion options as part of a group guided tour through Spain. So glad we did it. Part of our party opted for the show and dinner option and the other part of our party opted for the show and drinks option. For the show and drinks option you sit on chairs vs at a table if you choose dinner. I've seen flamenco shows in the US but nothing compared to this. The intensity of the dancers was incredible. The time flew by. The food was adequate, not amazing, but then again the main reason to attend is the show. Someone comes by and takes a picture which is made available for sale later, I believe it was 10 Euros. The picture is placed in a folded cardboard 'file' which includes images of prior shows plus they also give you a fan. So reasonable for the price. After the show they also make DVDs available for purchase. The stated that no recording would be allowed during the performance although we did see several people doing it. We purchased the DVD so we can remember the experience from home at a later time. We had great seats so that probably also influenced our experience.
Written June 29, 2019
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Jewelsy12
Seville, Spain2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Family
Have just come back from flamenco. Can’t believe how fast they move their feet! The dancing and guitar were fantastic. I know nothing about flamenco but this has made me want to see more. My 12 yr old daughter started the evening “not bothered” but was tapping her feet with a big smile on her face later. I would agree with other reviews about meal. You do sit further away if you are eating. If I knew this I would have eaten somewhere else first and then paid for just the show so we could have been nearer. Thank you wonderful dancers you are all amazing!
Written April 11, 2018
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ArnoldTP
Lubbock, TX13 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The show was very cheesy and touristy. There was very little traditional flamenco dancing and just a lot of twirling on stage. The audience was noisy and cameras were flashing constantly. A few persons held up large Ipads or devices ti videotape and blocked our view. It was a mix of a Disney production, a Shakespeare musical, and at one point the music sounded like cartoon music. The food was mediocre.
Written June 27, 2013
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MaddyLibby
Rhode Island472 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Ok. So being from RI, post Station fire, I am probably more nervous than most. The place is packed with about 1500 people with no room to breathe, no ceiling water sprinklers, 2 exits - and about 100 lit candles. R u kidding me?!? Could not see the dancing, all I could see was hundreds of smart phones being held up in front of my vision. The sangria was awful. Overall a huge disappointment. If I was the establishment I would ban pictures and filming. Save your money.
Written May 25, 2014
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Renee T
Santiago, Chile63 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
OK, the dancing was excellent - 12 highly professional dancers with all the emotion and anguish of the Flamenco along with clever staging and presentation. The venue is approximately 15-20 minutes form the historic district by cab and caters to many large groups. Buy the drink-only ticket, which gives you better seating. Aside from the dancing, there are some significant detractors that give this show a sometimes low class and definitely touristy feel. There is no control on cameras or other electronic devices, resulting in an annoying atmosphere. The drinks were low quality. They also try to sell you overpriced photos and merchandise at your table during the show - the attendant actually climbs over seats to get to you while the dancers are performing. It was an interesting show, but if I had it to do over again, I would have chosen a smaller and more intimate venue.
Written June 26, 2013
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greenswan_12
Evanston, IL120 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2012
Hotel Holos receptionist recommended this Flamenco place. We arrived to Seville late and we were starving. It was my doughier birthday so we wanted a spectacular night. It was far from spectacular. In our way to the "Palacio Andaluz" the taxi warn us by saying "there are many good places to eat in Seville". This was the first red flag. When we arrived a very handsome young male greet us, when I ask how much the dinner show was, he told us to go upstairs. Second red flag. Before entering the theater where the dancers were performing, I ask a lady how much was for the dinner show. She said to come in and they will tell us inside, third red flag. Once inside I was starting to get very upset. The place had about 30 tables and half of them with Japanese tourist, half of them empty. Not a single local at this place.
Finally I got the prices of 36 euros for show and a drink; 55 euros for the show and tapas; and 74 euros for the show and dinner. Hesitatingly we ordered the 55 euros deal. The only reason we agreed is because we did not want to upset my daughter in her birthday. The meal came in a big plate with dry fish, overcook potatoes in a bed of wilted green beans, and a mushy sauce in top. The food was warm not hot. We tried a small piece and left the rest. Airplane food is better…any food is better than this tasteless food we got.
I don’t know much flamenco but I can say for the expressions of all the Japanese tourists none felt the event was worth the price. Palacio Andaluz is a total tourist trap. Do not fall in it.
Written January 23, 2012
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